Ethics In Sport: Parisotto Rejects Free-For-All Approach To Doping

Supported by Anti-doping scientist Robin Parisotto has given strong reasons to counter those who say that performance enhancing drugs should be legalised in sport, saying that there are numerous arguments why this should never be the case. In the wake of several doping scandals, commentators such as Oxford bio-ethicist Julian Savulescu have argued that allowing doping is … The post Ethics in sport: Parisotto rejects free-for-all approach to doping appeared first on CyclingTips .

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